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On this week's APRHF's Let's Talk Trains Show, we visit with the people that make the Kansas City Northern (KCNRR) run. We will learn about park's trains and the history of the KCNRR. We will find what makes a ride on a park train so special for so many people, young & old alike. Join us won't you? Call in and talk about your local park train.
A 73-year-old southwest Missouri man with a long history of anti-Semitism is suspected of killing two people outside Overland Park’s Jewish Community Center and then a third at a nearby Jewish assisted living facility.
After officers arrested Frazier Glenn Cross — an Aurora, Mo., man better known as F. Glenn Miller — Sunday afternoon, authorities said he went on a rant inside the patrol car. Though Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass wouldn’t say what Cross hollered, a television crew captured him on video while he was handcuffed in the back of the car.
“Heil Hitler,” Miller yelled out, and then he bobbed his head up and down.Kansas City Star
This week on Wednesday Night with NFLFemale, we'll be talking to Bob Salomon, promoter of "A Glove Of Their Own" and his mission of helping kids through sports. Then Official Fan Reporter for the Kansas City Chiefs, Neta Davis joins us along with Kansas City sports radio host, TJ Carpenter, to talk about the Chiefs, their off season moves, and where the team is headed in 2014. Join us!
Many Mormons were killed and the rest driven from the state of Missouri in the 1830s. Today, the people of Western Missouri love them and welcome them as neighbors. In 2012, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints completed the Kansas City Temple. Shirley Murdock is the Director of Public Affairs for the Independence Missouri Stake of the Church. She is the special guest for this program and will tell us how the people of Western Missouri have answered the call of Finishers Wanted to accomplish great things.
"The distinctive double towers of the Kansas City Missouri Temple rise majestically over I-435 in Kansas City's Northland. Nearly 91,000 people toured the Kansas City Missouri Temple during its public open house. Because of the high number of reservations made for tour times, the open house was extended an additional week."
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POP ROXX RAIDO:
Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx Interviews, Sebastion from the Hard Rock Kansas City Band CIMINO!
CIMINO: The Hard Rock Powerhouse From Kansas City, whose music spans widely across the board in terms of genre. Most easily classified as Rock and Roll, CIMINO has been classed as Post-Grunge and Alternative Rock, with ballads that even cross over the lines of Pop. However, they most often fall into the category of Hard Rock.
Joining Host Larry Muck is Adam J Arrerdondo, Co-leader, Kansas City’s Start Up Village.
On this episode of Community Investor, you'll learn about the exciting things underway at Kansas City's Start Up Village, an entrepreneur-led community helping to grow and support Kansas City entrepreneurs and the startup ecosystem.
And you'll hear about its mission is to foster the education of entrepreneurs and increase the number opportunities for startups to succeed, through programming, recruitment and knowledge sharing.
So, what do the average resident or business owner in Kansas City think about Google Fiber? A lot of pundits and politicians and media folks, of course, have weighed in with lots of excited commentary.
Join us for an hour of thought provoking discussion with those who stand to be impacted the most by Google coming to town. Call in number is 323-679-0845.
* How do John and Jane Q. Public expect their daily lives to be improved by gigabit Internet service?
* Are business owners feeling left out and maybe left behind by Google’s focus (for now) on residential subscribers?
* What kind of improvements do parents feel gigabit service will bring the schools?
* Will a gigabit network increase digital inclusion, or just make the digital divide wider?
* Do small business owners believe their companies can capitalize on gigabit speed?
If you’re serious about broadband, check out what constituents have to say as we check the pulse of the community in Kansas City.
Topic- Why is Kansas City so divided? Why do people not want to see people succeed? There are so many people in the city doing positive things, however there is ALWAYS someone that is in the back cutting their eyes and throwing shade, wishing and hoping that people fail. This week will discuss hating, dirty macking in the city.
The Total Tutor and GJ Reynolds will interview former Kansas City Royal Brian McRae. He will discuss life after baseball.
Brian Wesley McRae (/m?'kre?/; born August 27, 1967) is a former center fielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Kansas City Royals, Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, Colorado Rockies and Toronto Blue Jays from 1990 to 1999. McRae is the son of former major league All-Star, Hal McRae, and was also managed by the elder McRae for four seasons with Kansas City. It was only the fourth occurrence of a major league manager managing his own son.
McRae was a switch hitter and threw right-handed. His batting average was 38 points higher from the right side with a slugging average 24 points higher but his on-base percentage was only seven points higher. McRae was a leadoff batter far more often (47%) than any other position in the lineup (second most was 22% batting second). He had a good history of injury avoidance, playing 150 or more games in five different seasons. The only seasons he did not play at least 130 games were his rookie season and the strike-shortened 1994 season when he finished second in the National League in games played. McRae never played in the playoffs, enduring a few near misses.
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Pop Roxx Radio,
Featuring Interesting People doing Interesting Things
Hosted by Pop Artist Jamie Roxx
Tonight's Featured Guest: Tyson Leslie
Kansas City native Tyson Leslie has quite the storied background throughout the Midwest club and bar scene. As a sideman for the likes of Corey Taylor (Slipknot, Stone Sour), Gavin DeGraw, Carmine Appice (Rod Stewart, Vanilla Fudge, etc), George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob) and as a temporary member of Red Line Chemistry (touring with Whitesnake) people have gotten to know Leslie for his easy going manner and, above all else, his diversity and his chops. Now the time has come for the singer / multi-instrumentalist to show the world what he can do on his own. And what he does best is impress. On his self released album, Train Wrecks, Havoc & Heartbreak, Tyson tackles everything from 70's glam to upbeat rock tracks, humor and sensitive ballads, wrapping it all into one nice little power pop package.
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